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EMPLOYMENT STATUS

“Self-employed plus” - a new status?

A delivery firm has created a new “self-employed plus” model for its couriers. Is it something you should consider for your contractors too? More...

EMPLOYMENT STATUS

Private hire drivers were workers and not self-employed

In yet another gig economy case, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that private hire drivers were workers. What advice can you take from this decision? More...

EMPLOYMENT STATUS

Private sector IR35 reforms announced

It’s been confirmed that the public sector off-payroll working rules will be extended to the private sector from April 2020, but not to all businesses. Who’s to be exempt? More...

EMPLOYMENT STATUS

Plumber engaged as a contractor was a “worker”

The Supreme Court has upheld the judgments of the employment tribunal, Employment Appeal Tribunal and Court of Appeal that a plumber was a “worker” and not a self-employed contractor. What are the implications of this decision? More...

EMPLOYMENT STATUS

Uber loses appeal on worker status for its drivers

The Employment Appeal Tribunal has upheld a tribunal’s decision that Uber drivers are “workers” for the purposes of employment legislation. What’s likely to happen next and what are the implications of this decision for other so-called gig economy businesses? More...

SELF-EMPLOYMENT AND THE GIG ECONOMY

Work and Pensions Committee report

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Get tooled up to check status?

Establishing the tax status of a worker you’ve engaged is not an easy task for any HR professional yet the consequences of getting it wrong can be serious. Should you use HMRC’s new tool for a reliable assessment? More...
Last updated: 22.10.2019

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